New Construction Condos in Buenos Aires Appreciate 15%; Existing Units Rise 11%

Patrick Archer aruba, average prices, foreign investment, real estate

The average annual appreciation of new construction condominiums in the City of Buenos Aires was 15% last year compared to a 9% average gain in 2010, according to a new study from Reporte Inmobiliario. Five of the Buenos Aires barrios with the highest average increases were Palermo Nuevo (+29%), Palermo Sur (+20%), Villa Urquiza and Flores (both 19%) and Palermo …

Palermo Real Estate: The Buenos Aires Barrio With Greatest Demand

Patrick Archer aruba, average prices, foreign investment, real estate

The Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo is the largest and most populated in the City of Buenos Aires. It also has the most gallerias and boutiques, the most museums and cultural centers, the most gourmet restaurants, the most Subte stations, the best hospitals, the most miles of Mejor en Bici paths and, of course, the most parks and sprawling green …

Palermo Soho Real Estate Construction Activity Climbs 70%

Patrick Archer foreign investment, real estate

The Buenos Aires neighborhood of Palermo Soho is witnessing a healthy wave of new residential construction activity, according to Clarin’s Romina Smith. The barrio bounded by Santa Fe, Cordoba, Scalabrini Ortiz and Godoy Cruz has seen a 70% rise in new construction compared to 2010. “The boom is supported by the tremendous commercial activity in the barrio which is reflected …

Carpe Pasaporte: Living the Dream in Buenos Aires

Patrick Archer buenos aires events, lifestyle, tourism, wine & vineyards

While some of our home countries are drowning in debt, others lack optimism regarding job prospects and the economic outlook. It’s times like this when many begin to re-prioritize and ponder quality of life, a common narrative thread here on InvestBA. Whether it’s the annual International Living ranking or a wine expert lauding the “wonderfulness” of BA, or a foreign investor branding …

Wine Spectator Discovers The “Wonderfulness” of Buenos Aires

Patrick Archer buenos aires events, lifestyle, tourism, wine & vineyards

American wine critic and Wine Spectator contributing editor Matt Kramer arrives in Buenos Aires for a three-month stay and wastes little time getting to know the food & wine delights of his newly adopted barrio of Palermo Soho. Kramer authored several Making Sense of Wine books and coined a term “somewhereness” in describing a wine’s character. Prior to his departure, …